Meet Christina Wallace, a serial entrepreneur, storyteller, and all-around woman in tech. While she’s currently the VP of Growth at early stage startup Bionic, she’s also founded venture-backed fashion startup Quincy Apparel, opened the New York office of Startup Institute, and founded BridgeUp: STEM @ the American Museum of Natural History, a new educational division that inspires girls to love computer science.
I was totally inspired talking to Christina and I’m sure you’ll share my sentiments after you spend a few minutes soaking up all the awesome career tips she’s sharing on this episode.
On This Podcast Episode:
- Christina Wallace – a serial entrepreneur that has already had one heck of a career journey…and she’s only just getting started
- Learn why Mashable called her one of “44 Female Founders to Know” and Refinery29 named her one of the “Most Powerful Women in NYC Tech
- Uncover how the Forté Foundation has helped Christina in her career journey
- Listen to Christina’s most important lessons for getting ahead in your career
This podcast was sponsored by:
Forté is an action-oriented non-profit, led and funded by a consortium of top schools and multinational corporations that are passionate about advancing women in business. Forté provides programming to women at all career stages with a curriculum designed to overcome myths and misperceptions about business careers, to support women throughout the MBA process, and to help women advance in business through workshops, networking, and inspirational role models. Forté is moving the needle by growing the number of women business leaders.
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